Mason Roberts wrote:Good points! Many have liked the site aside from you two so I think I will stay with it and focus on my services!
That's lovely. I am sure most people are unqualified to actually give you a meaningful opinion though. People here posting saying 'nice', doesn't really mean much. Just bear that in mind.
Mason Roberts wrote:As for the two sites, yes thats a good point and may be taken up in the near future.
Good :) Just looks odd!
Mason Roberts wrote:$50 is a minimum price for the logo design and since this is my first real commercial design on the internet of course the prices will start off cheaper and will rise over time.
Anyone in business will tell you it's easier to lower prices than raise them. I buy logo and design services regularly, and 50 bucks would make me think you are a joke. It's FAR TOO CHEAP.
I wouldn't have prices on there at all. Look at some design places sites. They don't put costs on. Not good ones, anyway.
Mason Roberts wrote:Don't worry I have a professional designer who is helping me with the business and all its details!
I would get another designer. I don't think the chap you are using has a fundamental grasp of usability or design and is making you look amateur. Again, my opinion only :)
Mason Roberts wrote:Another good point for the e-mail as a domain name, it is just easier at the moment to use our families (payed for) iinet e-mail system! :)
How hard is it to buy a good domain (10 bucks) and point email@example.com
to your iinet email? Not very hard at all is the answer.
Honestly. That is probably the WORST mistake you've made on your site. Really. I would NEVER do business with anyone who uses an ISP's email.
Mason Roberts wrote:All I can hope for is that my services help some people with their branding!
You can hope that, but with your site the way it is at the moment, I wouldn't employ you, despite the fact I actually like your designs. :)
Not meaning to be rude or piss on your strawberries, just giving advice as an online marketing professional. :)